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How DraftKings Stayed Competitive in a World Without Sports

Here’s why investors are bullish on a fantasy sports betting company that went public when sports and casinos were shut down

General view of the DraftKings logo at the ribbon cutting opening celebration for its Las Vegas location.
Photo: Denise Truscello/Getty Images

It was a little over a month after the NBA season and NCAA tournament had been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. Spring training had been delayed…




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